What incredible views from this 13th floor South and West facing premium condo high above all the excitement that living in downtown Royal Oak can offer!This corner unit boasts a balcony perfect for cooking out and a large West facing balcony with privacy and incredible views.The unit has updated lighting and maple flooring in all but the two full bathrooms that boast ceramic flooring. SS gas stove and refrigerator and granite counters greet you in the open concept kitchen. The large great room has views to the Detroit skyline while you entertain with high-end fireplace with ceramic and stainless steel surround. Entry into the unit has triple closets with a nice transition hallway to the living space of the condo. Within the unit, you have a full-sized washer and dryer unlike many that only offer small capacity units. Master bedroom has a large walk-in closet and access to your private West facing balcony. Great 2nd bedroom or office. The unit comes with 1 PREMIUM parking spot.
THE FIFTH ROYAL OAK CONDO OCCPN 1702
1 Assigned Space, Attached, Direct Access, Door Opener, Electricity, Heated
Cable Available, Humidifier, Intercom, Pets Allowed, Programmable Thermostat
Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Stove, Washing Machine
Property Summary -- THE FIFTH ROYAL OAK CONDO OCCPN 1702: Located in Royal Oak in the 48067 zip code, this home was built in 2007 and is 1,557 square feet with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on 0.00 acres. It has been on the market for 14 days with an original listing price of $570,000. 432 S Washington Ave Unit 1305 is part of the Royal Oak School District.
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